|November 2014||Scholarly and Research Communication 5.2: n. pag.||Piotr Michura, Stan Ruecker, Gerry Derksen, Teresa Dobson, & the INKE Research Group|
In the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) project, our primary focus has been on text. In this article, we discuss our recent innovations in finding ways to capture the subjective interpretation of visual information that is in some way connected with texts. Previous work has focused on text-based semantic differentials, but our current project extends beyond to triads, and beyond text-based difference poles to image-based difference poles. As our case study, we apply the method to illustrated book covers for Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.